Taliban accuses Biden/US of violating Doha peace agreement by having new minister on FBI wanted list.
The Taliban has accused Washington of reneging on the 2020 Doha Agreement, which brought peace between the US and the group, as a newly appointed Afghan minister finds himself on an FBI wanted list.
On Thursday, in a statement shared by Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid, the Islamist group said the inclusion of a minister from the interim Afghan government on the FBI list was a clear violation the Doha peace agreement.
Wanted by the FBI is the feared leader of the Haqqani militant group Sirajuddin Haqqani, announced on Tuesday as the country’s new interim interior minister.
The new US position on the blacklist is violated of the Doha's agreement
The DoD's defense officials have said it was in the cabinet of the Haqqani Sahib, the family of the Haqqani Sahib, the family of the United States and their goal.
The Islamic Emirate considered the status of the status obvious violation of the second grade, not to in the interest of the United States or Afghanistan.
Mr. Haqqani's family is part of the Islamic Emirate and there was no separate registration of the Islamic Emirate in the second agreement and without the exception of the Islamic Emirate and must be reactions with the United States and the United Nations Were excluded from blacklists that still this request is self-place.
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Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan
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